Review: Dead Rider – Chills on Glass

Review: Dead Rider – Chills on Glass
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Imagine a funky psychedelic trip where the ‘70s meet the ‘90s, minus the angst. “Blank Screen” is a perfect description of what this band is about: smooth vocals, experimental electronic sounds and a funky rhythmic beat. … read more

Review: Nostalghia – Chrysalis

Review: Nostalghia – Chrysalis
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Nostalghia’s Chrysalis is an otherworldly, eerie combination of intense vocals and uneasily calm synth. The delicate vocals harness an underlying aspect of intensity that slowly builds as the album takes shape. … read more

Local Review: Thierry Fischer and the Utah Symphony – Dawn To Dust

Local Review: Thierry Fischer and the Utah Symphony – Dawn...
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Utah Symphony = The Tallywood String Quartet + The London Symphony Orchestra
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Local Review: Selling the Ashes – Derivative, Act 1

Local Review: Selling the Ashes – Derivative, Act 1
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Selling the Ashes = Nine Inch Nails + Stabbing Westward / The Smashing Pumpkin
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Local Review: Contaminated Intelligence – TRACKS

Local Review: Contaminated Intelligence – TRACKS
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Contaminated Intelligence = Psyclon Nine + FiFtY VinC / Front Line Assembly … read more

Local Review: Contaminated Intelligence – The Day Before

Local Review: Contaminated Intelligence – The Day Before
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Contaminated Intelligence = Atari Teenage Riot + God Module / Pysclon 9 … read more

Local Review: Pillow Dragon – Teen Witch

Local Review: Pillow Dragon – Teen Witch
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Pillow Dragon are a local duo that have taken the purest elements of industrial and combined them with a modern-day feel. The best example I can give of this combination is “Repulse,” a catchy beat layered on top of subtle synth and laced with smooth, controlled vocals. … read more

Review: Uniform – The Long Walk

Review: Uniform – The Long Walk
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Uniform = Atari Teenage Riot + Ministry / Tactical Sekt … read more

Review: Father Murphy – Pain Is On Our Side Now

Review: Father Murphy – Pain Is On Our Side Now
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Listening to this album, I found myself imagining specters and spirits dancing around a blasphemous circle of flame, while in the distance, demonic cries echo in a storm of violent proportions. … read more

Review: Fractal Mirror – Garden of Ghosts